FAQ

1.What is medical cannabis?
2.Who can have medical cannabis prescribed to them?
3.Where can I buy medical cannabis in Germany?
4.Who can prescribe medical cannabis?
5.What are the most common adverse reactions?
6.What do I do if I experience adverse reactions?
7.Which formulations does medical cannabis come in?
8.Are there interactions with other medications?
9.Are there conditions which are not compatible with medical cannabis?
10.Will my health insurance provider reimburse me?
11.How is medical cannabis produced?
12.Can I travel with medical cannabis?
13.Is it legal to smoke medical cannabis?
14.Is it legal to grow my own medical cannabis?
15.Can I drive while taking medical cannabis?
What should I do in the event of an overdose?

References

1. MacCallum, C. A. & Russo, E. B. Practical considerations in medical cannabis administration and dosing. European Journal of Internal Medicine vol. 49 12–19 (2018).

2. Health Canada. INFORMATION FOR HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONALS. Cannabis (marihuana, marijuana) and the cannabinoids. (2018).

3. Hazekamp, A. The Trouble with CBD Oil. Medical Cannabis and Cannabinoids 1, 65–72 (2018).

4. Lowe, H., Toyang, N., Steele, B., Bryant, J. & Ngwa, W. The endocannabinoid system: A potential target for the treatment of various diseases. International Journal of Molecular Sciences vol. 22 (2021).

5. Lucas, C. J., Galettis, P. & Schneider, J. The pharmacokinetics and the pharmacodynamics of cannabinoids. British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology vol. 84 2477–2482 (2018).